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Solution: Spiraltrac device with Chesterton 442 Split Seal installed in an Allis Chalmers SD Secondary Fan Pump, process: paper stock.
Solution: SpiralTrac Version D Type I with Chesterton 442 split seal installed in a Goulds 3175 M pump, product: stock effluent (up to 6%)
Solution: Spiraltrac Version F Type S with Chesterton 442 split seal in a Goulds 3175 L process pump pumping paper stock.
Solution: SpiralTrac Version F Type S with Chesterton 442 split mechanical seal in a Head Box Feed Pump pumping paper stock.
Solution: SpiralTrac Version N Type I and Chesterton 155 TC/CB-EP seal in a DIGEP mdel SZ 50/32-200 pumping lime slurry.
Solution: SpiralTrac Version P Type S, Chesterton 1730 packing in four Warman ESC pumps pumping saturated brine mud containing: sodium chloride, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate and impurities.
Solution: SpiralTrac Version C Type I, Chesterton Streamline GSS seal and flow meter in an Allis Chalmers pump pumping aerated chemical wastewater.
SpiralTrac Version D Type A installed with Chesterton 280 double seal in a Brade Slushing pump as a total sealing solution. Product: methanol with 5% pulp, acetate.
Split SpiralTrac™ devices made of bearing grade MGE and BGE materials have great shaft support capabilities and are usually utilized in pumps where shaft movement or deflection can occur. These materials are however very brittle by nature, so installing and handling them requires care and caution. This quick video demonstrates the steps required to handle these Spiraltrac devices.